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A. General

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B. Estonia

Secondary Literature

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Novels

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 C. Latvia

Secondary Sources

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  • The Three Occupations of Latvia 1940-1991. Soviet and Nazi Take-Overs and Their Consequences (Riga: Occupation Museum Foundation, 2005).

 

D. Lithuania

Secondary Sources

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  • Sabaliunas, Leonas. Lithuanian Social Democracy in Perspective, 1893-1914. Duke University Press, 1990.
  • ________. Lithuania in Crisis. Nationalism to Communism, 1939-1940. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1972).

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